Park Regis Concierge Apartments

Address: 287 Military Road, Cremorne, North Sydney, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, 2090, Australia | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo, located on 287 Military Road, Cremorne, is near Sydney Harbour, Boutique Wine Tours, Port Jackson, and Sirius Cove.
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      Travel Blogs from Cremorne

      Great breakfast

      A travel blog entry by niah on Dec 15, 2014

      As we were all starving we went to a lovely restaurant on the beach that did amazing brunches. I had 4 blueberry pancakes and had a big plate of fruit so i had some of that as well. We all flopped on the beach and did very little for a while, once it was getting to hot we went back to the house and went for a short walk round to the next bay and then ...

      The Zoo, Downtown Sydney and the Harbort

      A travel blog entry by abeadventures on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... beef sirloin, oysters, and fine Australian wine. Turns out that there is Australian wine we really like, it's just $100/bottle! It was our friend Felicia's birthday though, so we thought it a good night to splurge. We had a view of the Sydney Opera House, the Harbor Bridge, and the Ferris Wheel at Luna Park. And, it was situated over the old Olynpic Swimming Pool, so we were overlooking that.  We returned to our apartment in Kings Cross at 1 am happy and ...

      Sydney via the Gold Coast

      A travel blog entry by josh-and-abbie on Oct 11, 2014

      ... and Ooos and Ahhs, our group began a trek down into the valley floor. As our guide took us down we followed the path of the waterfall and after half an hour of treacherous decent we made it to the floor. It was here that the day took a turn for the worse for Josh and hilarity for everyone else. Ignoring the warning signs of "Slippery when wet" Josh bounded straight to the foot of the waterfall and after five steps found himself on his backside, legs and feet submerged in ...

      Time for farewells and new adventures

      A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Aug 31, 2014

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      ... and unpacking of things right up to the last minute I was ready to leave the house. Said a quick goodbye to my Finches and also to Luna (but not too long as I wouldn't have wanted to leave), Amelia made herself absent due to the rather large scary suitcase which rolled past her on the way to the door.

      Driving to the Airport I was feeling quite sick in the tummy, was I making the right decision, could I actually do this? I pushed through it all and when we arrived ...

      Day 3: New Delhi to Chandrigar

      A travel blog entry by davefrow on Jul 20, 2014

      ... around the car park for a while trying to retrain the brain. Then we're off into the traffic to join the Great Himalayan Highway, with big mountains looming in the distance. Visibility is not too great with a fair amount of pollution. Just a short hop this first day, about 30kms to Parwanoo, a popular restaurant/view site with lots of locals up for a Sunday drive. We have lunch in the cool dinning room at the foot of a long cable car. We are ...